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While going through some older stuff, I came across a fossil I collected several years ago in Nova Scotia, Joggins area (I was given permission to keep it). There may not be enough detail here for an ID, but I thought I'd ask the tribe if they could zero in on what species of plant this might have been. From what I was told, it is fairly common and of little scientific value.

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And the other side.

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Thanks! I had a suspicion there wasn't enough detail to pinpoint an ID. If only it had more distinguishing features, I'd certainly be able to call it something more than just an indeterminate sp.! :D

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